At a book trade event in New York, NORLA presented a selection of Norwegian writers and offered American publishers a closer look at Norway’s literary market.
From the Premium Times and The Vanguard: A ‘win-win’ agreement with Norway’s national library system is expected to see Nigerian literature digitized.
Brisk springtime rights trading is reported from Scandinavia, with nonfiction hits as well as fiction highlighted in Denmark, Iceland, Sweden, and Norway.
From Greece, Norway, Iceland, and the UK, the DBW 2017 Fellows speak about their successes, their challenges, and why they’re traveling to the conference.
Forming its steering committee three years ahead, the land of Karl Ove Knausgård and Jo Nesbø inspected the 2016 Frankfurt Book Fair Guest of Honor project.
Author David Mitchell’s writings on ‘imagination and time, which authors can take in so many directions’ are entrusted to Norway’s Future Library project.
Business, the arts, and ambassadors: New dispatches from Frankfurt Book Fair focus on a new cultural marketplace, Guests of Honour, and the Business Club.
Listing 53 world ‘cities of refuge’ and 115 writers assisted with protection, ICORN looks at its success to date and needs still unmet.
Literary agencies in Scandinavia are seeing a big boost, thanks to the popularity of crime novels, which has subsequently sparked international interest in other genres.
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, Hangilsa Publishing has published the first volume of the Korean translation of Karl Ove Knausgård’s autobiographical novel ‘My Struggle’.